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Josh Siegel


Josh Siegel, a film curator at The Museum of Modern Art, has organized more than 90 film, media, and gallery exhibitions, including The MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation (2002-present), A Road Three Hundred Years Long: Cinema and the Great Migration (2015), Vienna Unveiled: A City in Cinema (2014), Art Theater Guild and Japanese Underground Cinema, 1962-1986 (2013), The Rolling Stones: 50 Years on Film (2012); Werner Schroeter (2012). Dziga Vertov (2011), Spike Jonze (2009), The New India (2009), Jazz Score (2008), Projects 84: Josiah McElheny (2007), Michael Haneke (2007), Errol Morris (1999), Marguerite Duras (1996), Gregory La Cava (2005), Don Siegel (1997), and The Łódź Film School of Poland: 50 Years (1999),

Siegel is co-editor of the 2011 publication Frederick Wiseman (MoMA/Gallimard), which features original essays by Christopher Ricks, Errol Morris, William T. Vollmann, Wiseman and others. With Kirk Varnedoe and Paola Antonelli, he organized Open Ends, the major reinstallation of The Museum of Modern Art, as part of MoMA2000, and edited the accompanying catalogue, Modern Contemporary: Art Since 1980 at MoMA. 
He has been a jury member of many international film festivals; has lectured widely and conducted studio crits at such institutions as Yale, Columbia, Cranbrook, USC, and the University of Warsaw
He currently serves on the Executive Board of Light Industry, a New York-based forum for experimental cinema; Cinema Tropical, a non-profit organization devoted to Latin American cinema in the United States, and on the Creative Time Reports Advisory Committee.

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